What Do You Get When You Mix Underwater Shipwrecks And 3D Printing?
“3DP is a great tool for archaeology to understand topography and also in replicating artifacts which can then be used in the classroom to aid or encourage learning,” agrees Michael Petch, co-author of 3D Printing: Rise of the Third Industrial Revolution.
“The most interesting areas of 3DP often span multiple disciplines or open up participation in an activity to a wider group. This can result in useful insights or discoveries from novel approaches.”
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